For silent installation, use -n (no interaction) and -q (silence the output messages) parameters, and set the required parameters value, like in the example below. Replace items in bold with the information specific to your deployment.
php -dxcache.cacher=0 bin/console oro:install --application-url=**<URL that is configured as an entry point for Oro application>** --env=prod --user-name=**admin** --firstname.lastname@example.org** --user-firstname=**John** --user-lastname=**Doe** --user-password=**admin** --sample-data=**y** --organization-name="**Acme, Inc**" --force --timeout=10000
Use –sample-data=y only for learning purposes, test deployments and pre-production deployments. In this mode, OroCommerce is populated with sample data that help you unlock all the features so that you can quickly test the system after re-configuration or customization.
The installation process terminates with the warning if the environment does not meet any of the system requirements. You can try launching installation again after you fix the reported issue(s).
If any problem occurs, you can see the details in
Normally, the installation process is terminated if it detects an already-existing installation. Use the “–force” option to overwrite an existing installation, e.g. during your development process.
After the installation finished remember to run
php bin/console oro:api:doc:cache:clear to warm-up the API documentation cache. This process may take several minutes.